Guardians Director J.J. Abrams Excited For Nebula’s Brand New Series

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November 15, 2019  03:35 PM

 

 

Yesterday, Marvel revealed that it would be giving Nebula her first-ever solo comic book series. Now, as fans continue to celebrate Nebula’s shot at stardom, Guardians of the Galaxy James Gunn revealed what he thought of the new show.  

Taking to Instagram, Gunn decided to share a picture, saying that it was just so cool for Thanos’ daughter to get her own comic book series.

Nebula might be a pretty minor character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but she’s played a significant role in Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy film series. She’s also played a major role in Joe and Anthony Russo’s two-part Avengers movie.

“So cool. #Nebula gets her own comic. I know it sounds strange, but from the first moment @karengillanofficial and I talked about Nebs I knew she would become a major character in the MCU and at @marvel In general - I told Karen as much, which I hoped she wouldn’t think was just my way to get her to play what initially seemed like a fairly small role,” Gunn wrote on his post.

 

 

Nebula did play a significant role in Avengers: Endgame. Sure, she didn’t share the same connection with Thanos as her sister, Gamorra (Zoe Saldana) ever did, but she did play an important part in Endgame. Right now fans are celebrating the new series, saying that everyone’s eager to see the Star Wars spinoff series make its way into conventions and other product decisions.

What do you think of Nebula? Did you like her arc in Avengers: Endgame?

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